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I am trying to upgrade my server hardware.  I have SBS 2003 running on an older server and just purchased a brand new Dell server.  What do I have to do to migrate the data and users from on server to the other?

Thanks in advance for the help
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Follow the same instructions for migrating from sbs2000 to sbs2003.

http://download.microsoft.com/download/6/d/c/6dccf9b4-d915-4c95-b5af-100b89e02add/SBS_MigratingSBS2k.doc

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by:ElectroBandit
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Dear dndgi,
I'm actually about to do the same server migration and wanted to speak with you about your experience.
I'm working on a small network that's running SBS 2003 and I'm about to start planning a full migration to Windows 2003 Server Standard Edition.  I need to migrate the whole AD, Exchange and SQL environments over to the new domain.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Cheers!
EB

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